Throckmorton, Cleon

(1897-1965)
   Born in Atlantic City, he began as a scene designer with the Provincetown Players for whom he famously created the sky dome first used for The Emperor Jones. Later Throckmorton designed for the Theatre Guild, the Neighborhood Playhouse, the Civic Repertory Theatre, and The Group Theatre.* He also owned a scenic supply company and supervised technical direction for the Federal Theatre Project.*

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